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This OneNote in Education infographic shows how different notebooks can be used and shared by Staff Leaders, Teachers and Students, and the way in which the functionality of OneNote allows for the appropriate levels of privacy and open collaboration from task to task.
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OneNote Personal Notebook:
OneNote maximizes efficiency by allowing you to organize all your school, class, or personal materials into a single digital notebook.
OneNote's real-time collaboration makes doing work as a group easy, on any device.
Every user can have multiple notebooks (school, class, or personal), shared or private, each with multiple sections and pages.
OneNote Staff Notebooks:
CONTENT LIBRARY - Initiatives Lesson plan development Professional learning communities
COLLABORATION SPACE - Policies and procedures Dates and deadlines
STAFF MEMBER NOTEBOOKS (Shared only with staff leader and staff member) - Professional development Lesson plans feedback Classroom Observations Evaluations Parent communication
OneNote Class Notebooks:
CONTENT LIBRARY - Handouts, Lectures
COLLABORATION SPACE - Group Projects, Activities, Research
STUDENT NOTEBOOKS (shared only with teacher and student) - Handouts, Class Notes, Homework, Quizzes